Spring 2022 Accelerated Evening Course Offerings

First Block Offerings

Second Block Offerings

FAQ

JALC Evening Cohort/Spring 2022/First Block/Jan. 10-Mar. 4, 2022

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
5:00pmENG 101-H8
5:00-6:40pm
Staff, Staff
(Hybrid)
(8weeks)
(8meetings)
ORI 100-09
5:00-6:40pm
Winget, Donald
(F2F)
(8 weeks)
(8 meetings)
5:30pm
6:00pmCOM 115-H8
6:00-9:50pm
Kahil, Ragda
(Hybrid)
(8 Weeks)
(4 Meetings)
6:30pm
7:00pmPSY 132-H1
7:00-8:40pm
Moore, Michael
(Hybrid)
(8 weeks)
(8 meetings)

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JALC Evening Cohort/Spring 2022/Second Block/Mar. 14-May 13, 2022

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
5:00pmENG 102-H8
5:00-6:40pm
Staff, Staff
(Hybrid)
(8 weeks)
(8 meetings)
ORI 100-10
5:00-6:40pm
Gwaltney, Tammy
(F2F)
(8 weeks)
(8 meetings)
5:30pm
6:00pmCOM 115-H9
6:00-9:50pm
Kahil, Ragda
(Hybrid)
(8 Weeks)
(4 Meetings)
6:30pm
7:00pmPHS 103-H1
7:00-8:40pm
O’Connell, Laura
(Hybrid)
(8 weeks)
(8 meetings)

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FAQ

Q. What does hybrid format mean?
A. Hybrid courses include a combination of online content and on-campus attendance.  Generally 1/3 of the course will be face to face and 2/3 of the course will be online.

Q. How often do I have to attend classes on campus?
A. All courses, with the exception of COM 115 (speech), will meet for 1 hour and 40mins., on Tuesday evenings, for eight weeks. COM 115 is completely online with the exception of four pre-scheduled campus visits for speeches.

Q. Do I have to enroll in all courses in the cohort?
A. No. Students planning to take all of the cohort courses can earn up to 16 credit hours during the fall semester; however, individual circumstances vary and students are welcome to register only for the courses that are needed to complete their intended program and meet their scheduling needs.

Q. Can I take more than the 16 credit hours of the cohort?
A. Yes. Students may enroll in up to 18 credit hours per semester.  Students in the cohort may choose to combine pre-scheduled courses with additional face to face or virtual (online) courses.

Q. After completing the cohort, how many more courses will I need to graduate?
A. Graduation is dependent upon the number of completed credit hours based on the degree the student is seeking.  Please consult with your Academic Advisor for a curriculum (graduation) plan that works best for you.

Q. How much will the cohort cost?
A. A number of factors will indicate the overall cost for you. To assist with these costs, students are highly encourages to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and apply for scholarships. Additionally, the College has a payment plan available. In general, the cost per credit hour is $133 (146 for online/hybrid) per credit hour for in-district students. The College assesses a $5per credit hour technology fee, a $65 activity fee, and ENG 101 and 102 have a $10 course fee. PHS 103 has a $35 course fee. Textbook costs vary by course.

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